Forms.Authentication + response.redirect
Hi, I wrote a small app with just one login page and use forms authentication for this. I wrote a small LDAP Authentication class which works great, didn't want the asp provider for it.... My question: All users should be directed to page x after successfully logged in. One special user should be redirected to an other page (kind of admin page) but the authentication is the same. What's the right way to do this in asp.net ? It's not necessary that this special user should be able to login to page x too ! I just thought of redirecting the user in the page x load...Basic Query - Form Authentication
Consider me Dumbo, but here is my query:
Query: When someone click on the "My Account" Link then I need to take them to the Login.aspx file, once they are on the Login.aspx I need to take them to their "My Account : Home Page" Once they are there they can update their profile, update their password etc.
Now if someone try to access that Secure "My Account" area, so I need to throw them back to the Login.aspx, that is quiet obvious and easily one can implement it in their ASP.NET Application (as I read the following artilce: http://www.4guysfro...Server.Transfer / Response.Redirect & forms authentication
Hi, thank you in advance for any support. I have confused myself with this one and would be gratefull if anyone could explain.
I have a site employing forms authentication, in my root directory there is a web.config that has <allow users="*" /> and in a subdirectory called secure there is another web.config that has <deny users="?" /> .
Whenever I try to access a file in the secure folder directly by typing in the url it redirects me to login.aspx as intended then once successfully logged in RedirectFromLoginPage back to requested page.
On my default...Forms Authentication : Redirecting without authentication
Hello,we are developing a web application. We have used forms authentication as follows.
<authentication mode="Forms"> <forms name="Loginform" timeout="120"/> </authentication>
My page url is "http://localhost/ess/login.aspx" I have a start page as a Login.aspx in which a company information and flash images are displayed. Also one button named "Login" is present onto it. And when a user clicks on it, My "Default.aspx" opens into new window with full screen. After entering the correct credentials to this page, our app...How to authenticate against the ADAM by using Forms authentication and Visual C# .NET
How to authenticate against the Active Directory by using Forms authentication and Visual C# .NET
I followed this link for AD but did not work for ADAM. any help for the authenticate against the ADAM by using Forms authentication and Visual C# .NET would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Please take a look at this tutorial:
How To: Use Forms Authentication with Active Directory in ASP.NET 2.0: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms998360.aspx
Thanks.Davi...Redirect to a page secured by basic authentication from a non-secure page?
Hello,I am working on an ASP.NET 2.0 webapp which is secured via our own mechanism which is similar to forms based security. Thus, the web application itself has anonymous authentication enabled.However, our help site, a straight html app that is low sensitivity, but sensitive enough that we want to prevent the casual browser from viewing it, is secured via Basic Authentication.The question is, is there some way by which our main application can perform a redirect or transfer to the help site w/out prompting the user for credentials?
Basically, what happens is that ther...Authenticate against the Active Directory by Using Forms Authentication and Visual Basic .NET
I am using the code found on microsoft site
And when i run it I get an error:
Error authenticating. Error authenticating user. A referral was returned from the server
I have changed the code to specify my domain DC=MyDomain,DC=local
Has anyone run into this or knows what it means?
Its giving me the same error.
Can you please tell me how u specified ur DC,LDAP etc..
Dim domainAndUsername As String = domain & "\" & username
Dim entry A...[PATCH lib/Net/Config.pm, MANIFEST, t/lib/Mock/Socket.pm, lib/Net/Config.t] Add Tests for Net::Config
Here's a test suite for Net::Config. In the process of writing this, I've
fixed an apparent bug that prevented single values from becoming array
references when necessary. I think it's right, but perhaps Graham should weigh
in on this.
In the process, with some advice from perl-qa, I've added a mock object so the
test could control the output of Socket::inet_ntoa() and Socket::inet_aton().
t/lib/Mock/ seemed like as good a place as any.
I'm happy to rework this patch if it personally offends anyone whose opinion
--- lib/Net/~Config.pm S...Secure Form Authentication??
Could someone please give examples to how a secure form authentication can be performed without the need of SSL?
Are there ways to avoid the "free text" over cable?Regardstwyk168
If you must keep data secure over the wire then SSL is a must.Some hosting companies offer plans that have shared ssl on them - maybe an option for you. Rob Millswww.dotnetadvisor.com...Forms authentication redirection
im using forms authentication, to redirect users on login i use:
this redirects them to the page they requested, but if they havent requested a page, how do i redirect them to a specific page? I would rather specify this here than using the web.config forms setup.
Please check my article Forms Authentication - Redirecting users to a Page other than Default.aspx.
It addresses your situation and provides the solution for the same.
Write back if y...No Redirect on Form Authentication
Hi guys i'm building a site using form authentication. All my settings in my webconfig seem to be correct, meaning correct connection string, provider configurations, etc. when i get to the login page and enter the user information that has been created and on the asp_users table. But when i submit. the login form clears and the page doesn't redirect. Please help and thanks in advance
Check out this, something may be missed out
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa480476.aspxImran[MCTS]Few have audacity to speak truthhttp://knowledgebaseworld.blogspot.com/
Have you specifie...how secure is forms authentication?
With the application I'm building right now, every user has a numerical UserID, and just about all the data in my SQL Server database is linked to that number, so it's very important I keep that number confidential. For the authentication scheme, I have a basic login/pass page where I authenticate a user by using Forms Authentication with cookies, and assigning their UserID to the User.Identity.Name property. Then, on any protected pages, I basically make references to the UserID by saying Int32.Parse(User.Identity.Name). When I combine this with SSL, is this a secure enough scheme to make s...Forms Authentication
As I understand it, the Forms Authentication cookie is encrypted, signed, hashed, etc. If my website relied on the username of the cookie to get the active user, how secure would my website be? I wanted to know if anyone has read or seen anything about this system being broken.
Friend, First, the auth cookie is encrypted. Others will not have direct access to the int value. Second, if you are transmitting it only over 128 bit SSL then that will be almost impossible to get at. However, I assume that you, like most people, are only using the SSL on the pages that MUST be secure l...Forms Authentication redirects
I'm using a shared windows hosting with ASP.NET 2.0 . The main domain is pointing to / path of the server. I bought a second domain (www.secondDomain.com )which points to /doimain1/ so the website for the second domain is located in this folder. This folder is also selected as application root with write permissions from hosting cpanel.
In this folder I have another folder admin (/domain1/admin) where I restrict access of unauthenticated users. From my web.config:<authentication mode="Forms">
<forms loginUrl="~/admin/Login.aspx" timeout...Forms authentication and redirection
I have been looking around for this to no avail and it seems like it should be a very simple matter. I have a website that uses forms authentication. When I authenticate a user and redirect them using FormsAuthentication.RedirectFromLoginPage(user, false), how can I change the default redirect URL from default.aspx to something else like MemberContent.aspx, etc?As I understand it I need to change the default redirectURL, but I am not sure where and how.Thanks for any and all assistance!Jon
If you want the users to be redirected to some other URL then the ReturnURL then you have...